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Match the thermodynamic laws with their definitions

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First law of thermodynamics

Second law of thermodynamics

Third law of thermodynamics

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states that any spontaneous process MUST lead to an increase in the disorder and therefore increase the entropy

states that the internal energy (U) is the total energy of a thermodynamic system

states that the entropy of a perfectly crystalline material is zero at T = 0 K


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